The Data Center houses four data halls at 12,000 SF each, with a planned IT capacity of 8,200 kW of critical load. The infrastructure for the facility is designed to support concurrent maintainability (Tier III). At full buildout, the critical infrastructure can be summarized as follows:
Critical Power: Eight 2MW diesel EGs in an N+1 configuration. The plant is designed to carry the entire building at full load (approximately 14 MW). UPS architecture includes a 3N/2 design with a total of 21 modules for a peak usable output of 8,200 kW.
Chiller Plant: The mechanical plant consists of fourteen air-cooled chillers rated for 320 tons each. The chillers are arranged in pairs to create seven lineups in an N+1 configuration for a total plant capacity of 3,840 tons. The plant is supported by seven 60 HP CHW pumps arranged in a variable speed primary configuration.
Continuous Cooling: A dedicated Mechanical UPS System serves the CRAH fans, CHW pumps, and BAS to provide continuous cooling in conjunction with 90,000 gallons of CHW storage.
Data Halls: The first two data halls are designed to support a room density of 100 watts/SF and rack densities of 5kW. Data Halls 3 and 4 are designed to support room densities of 150 watts/SF and rack densities of 15 kW up to 25 kW.